Forestry publishes refereed papers on all aspects of research, practice and policy that promote the sustainable development of forests, woodlands and trees. In considering suitability for publication attention is given to both the originality of contributions and their practical application. Preference is usually given to work undertaken in the temperate and/or boreal zones; only articles of exceptional merit from tropical zones will also be considered.
Journal - Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research
- Evolution, ecology and tree health: finding ways to prepare Britain's forests for future threats
- Can we protect forests by harnessing variation in resistance to pests and pathogens?
- The basis of resilience in forest tree species and its use in adaptive forest management in Britain
- The potential for field studies and genomic technologies to enhance resistance and resilience of British tree populations to pests and pathogens
- Resilience of forests to pathogens: an evolutionary ecology perspective
- A review of Agrilus biguttatus in UK forests and its relationship with acute oak decline
- Nutrient stress predisposes and contributes to sugar maple dieback across its northern range: a review
- Host plant selection and resource utilisation by Asian longhorn beetle Anoplophora glabripennis (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in southern England
- Estimation of forest structural information using RapidEye satellite data
- Lumber and wood chips properties of dead and sound black spruce trees grown in the boreal forest of Canada
- Seedling survival patterns in Macaronesian laurel forest: a long-term study in Tenerife (Canary Islands)
- Evaluation of the spatial linear model, random forest and gradient nearest-neighbour methods for imputing potential productivity and biomass of the Pacific Northwest forests
- Size-biased distributions in the generalized beta distribution family, with applications to forestry
- Editor's Note